Hi, guys! This is Desiree of the succulent therapy. We are back again with another video today. We are going to talk about this beautiful plant right here. This is a Peperomia gravulance, commonly known as the ruby glow and this plant is native from this southern Ecuador, but it is now available worldwide. Uh, it is really really attractive and priced due to its v-shape and windowed leaves. It is also attached from this red or bright red stem. As you can see right here. Uh, the leaves, as I said a while ago is transparent on the top, just like the lithops and the underneath leaves as you can see. Right here is red, Okay, so this plants do flower, But it is not really noticeable, Just like the other succulents. Uh, the flowers are tiny and they grow on this. Um, long raisement as you can see right here. Um, it is mostly colored, white or yellow. Okay, so today we’re going to talk about its soil. Uh, its light watering temperature growth and also will include the propagation. So let’s head on with the soil. First Peperomia graviolans grow really well on fast draining soil. For example, we have our pumas mixed with long soil. They can be good with that, but because I have this plant for a long period of time now I have observed that they can be better and they can be happier when they are planted on a rich soil. For example, we have the mixture of cocopeat Rice Hall loam soil and you can add vermicast. If you want, they can be chubbier with this soil. Mix now. Let’s move on with the light. This ruby glow can be better and be at its best when they are placed on a direct sunlight, preferably morning sun. But they can also tolerate some indirect sunlight. So if you’re keeping them indoors or in your room, uh, be sure to place them on a bright area, for example, beside your window so that they can absorb the light that is available. Okay, so as I said a while ago. Graviolence has this windowed leaves just like the lithops. You can see this translucent part right here. Uh, this allows the light to pass through this leaf structure as you can see right here, so let’s move on with the watering. Um, Peperomia graviolas do really well when their soil is a little bit moist. So if you have blunt like this, don’t leave them dry for a long period of time because it may affect the outer appearance of your plant like they can be thinner and just take note that it must be moist, but not too saggy because they may rot also, so I can’t really tell, uh, the exact amount of water that you should give or the schedule that you should do for watering because your temperature is a lot different from mine. Maybe so it’s safe to inspect your plant before watering them. You can do this by sticking your finger into or under that soil mix if it will give you an answer whether it is ready for watering or not. Okay, so you can also do bottom watering. Uh, this is soaking your plant into the water using some any saucer. Uh, let’s use this example right here. This is a etchevaria cupid. So you put them in there and you leave them for at least 30 minutes and then lift them up. You’re doing this to let your plant drink the water that it needs. Okay, so let’s move on with the temperature. We mentioned a while ago that this plant is from Ecuador, which means, uh, it prefers on the warmer side, so this will not try if you put them on on the ground and you are experiencing some frost, so it’s best to plant this one on a container. So if it will snow, you can put them inside for it, not too well. Let’s talk about its propagation’s. They are really easy to propagate. You can just cut the new growth as I’m doing right here. Be sure, though, that you have, uh, disinfected your scissor or whatever knife you’re using because you don’t want to transfer some disease from plant to another. You can cut your propagation, just a little bit higher with the leaf that it is attached from the stem as I’m doing right here. Okay, so as you cut that propagation, you must air dry that one for at least one day and then plant it to a dry soil. Uh, take note that you should not water your propagation for at least two weeks you’re doing this. In order to, um, give time for your succulent to give roots before you water them so that they will not run, okay, so, uh, due to the flowers of this plant. Um, it’s not really that that strong. The other is not strong, But if you move your nose, a little closer with the raisement of the flower, you can smell some, um, unpleasant other from the plant. You can see this one right here. This is the flower as I said a while ago. It’s not that attractive, but this plant is really priced because of its foliage. Um, pepperoni Raviolis are so beautiful and easy to care for. It is really ideal for beginners and it is also easy to propagate. Thank you so much for watching this video. I hope that it is informative enough, and I hope that you are doing well. 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